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[quote] On 2012-01-17 21:47, landmark wrote: [quote] On 2012-01-04 03:12, Mary Mowder wrote: Being different is not a crime. Reading your posts over time has clearly shown that you are different and that you have some challenges. Try to be more accepting of those differences. The Buck bros. did not start out as the most outgoing guys (about anything but Magic) but they brought a new dimension (or enhanced an existing one) to Magic. Amazing things can come from thinking differently, especially when you realize that you can be walking on untrodden ground. Consider that you are in the gathering stage of your research. You are copying for now to learn from the Masters. There is nothing wrong with that and many never go any further than that and are known as good and entertaining performers. It is clear that you hope for more but you are very young to think you will never go any further (or to think yourself a failure). It sounds like there are people you meet who are afraid, intolerant or irritated by your differences from the norm. These same people may be intolerant of other people like yourself. Would you join them in making unkind remarks about someone else like yourself? If not why do you join them in making yourself feel bad about yourself. If anyone should be on your side it is you. Act from a position of kindness toward others and yourself. Humanity (in fact all life) is a grand experiment in survival. The seeds for our survival lie in our differences. If we are were all the same we could be wiped out by one flu epidemic. We are all a part of this process and we all have a part to play. Don't hate yourself for being a part of humanitie's continuing experiment in survival. I'm glad Ray Charles did not focus on hating himself because he was blind. I had a Gay Brother and I'm glad he did not waste his all to short life in self loathing. Embrace your differentness. You are alive in interesting times. You are already a winner (and a very fine Coin Worker). Thanks for checking in Fish. I wish your practice ethic would catch on a bit among some of my Magician friends. I wish their ability to let themselves of the hook would catch on with you a bit. -Mary [/quote] Wow. File that under Magicians helping Magicians. Thanks for that Mary. [/quote]
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